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Employees ‘Beamed’ Into Work Using Robots (W/Video)

Photo:  3 new “Beam” telepresence robots. SOURCE:  Suitable Technologies

Presenting a major step in our ‘Robots Replacing Humans’ watch. . . . EDITOR

from NewsMax

Monday, 24 Dec 2012 11:22 AM

Engineer Dallas Goecker attends meetings, jokes with colleagues and roams the office building just like other employees at his company in Silicon Valley.

But Goecker isn’t in California. He’s more than 2,300 miles away, working at home in Seymour, Indiana.

It’s all made possible by the Beam — a mobile video-conferencing machine that he can drive around his company’s offices and workshops in Palo Alto. The five-foot-tall device, topped with a large video screen, gives him a physical presence that makes him and his colleagues feel like he’s actually there. . . . Read Complete Report

From youtube

Why Commute? Just ‘Beam’ to Work

Uploaded by AssociatedPress

Published on Dec 23, 2012

A growing number of companies are selling telepresence robots _ mobile video-conferencing systems that give remote employees a physical presence at work. At Suitable Technologies “beam” to work on the telepresence machine their company sells. (Dec. 24)

Beam Remote Presence from Suitable Technologies

Uploaded by suitabletech

Published on Sep 25, 2012

Beam, from Suitable Technologies, is a true remote presence device. Travel instantly to remote locations, with a depth of interaction that makes you (and everyone else) feel as if you’re really there.

From Daily Science: Robotics Integrated With Human Body In Near Future?/ Robots make their own Decisions

Moving forward with articles for our ‘Robots Replacing Humans’ archives. . . EDITOR

from Science Daily

Robotics Integrated With Human Body In Near Future? Technology Gulf Between ‘Have’ And ‘Have Nots’ Predicted By 2020

ScienceDaily (Dec. 8, 2008) — Spanish researchers have carried out a study looking into the potential future impact of robots on society. Their conclusions show that the enormous automation capacity of robots and their ability to interact with humans will cause a technological imbalance over the next 12 years between those who have them and those who do not. . . . Read Complete Report

Automation Systems Become Flexible When Robots Make Their Own Decisions

ScienceDaily (Dec. 5, 2012) — Researchers at University West in Sweden have created an automation system where machines and robots make their own decisions and adapt to external circumstances. They continue to work even when something goes wrong. You can reprogram them every day and easily vary equipment and manufactured products.

Georgia Tech Robots Learn Deceptive Behaviors from Squirrels (w/ video)

If this doesn’t belong in our “Robots Replacing Humans” Archive, nothing does. Can’t wait until this is totally developed. Just think the tasks the Controllers could program into deceptive robots. . . . EDITOR

from IEEESpectrum


We know, we know, robots being deceptive sounds like a bad thing. Potentially avery bad thing. But the fact is, deception is everywhere, and for good reason: being deceptive is often the most efficient and effective way to protect yourself from harm. Deception is by no means unique to humans, either: animals are masters at deceiving other animals (and us), and Ron Arkin’s group at Georgia Tech has been teaching robots to learn deception from a pro: the squirrel. . . . Read Complete Report

Robots Can Help You Be More Human, Camouflage Robot

Here’s an interesting post.

Note: For those too young to remember a Church Key is a beer opener.  In the days before flip-top cans the beer distributors would throw two or three in a case of beer. What does this have to do with robots? Aren’t they both made of metal??

As we watch the Controllers take over the work force of humans now we find that “they” can help us be more human.  All I ask is that they have a handy church key screwed into the robot’s butt, then I won’t even have to get out of bed.  Let Will Smith worry about the robots.. . . EDITOR

from Huffington Post

Posted: 08/15/2012 12:15 pm

Co-founder, Charity Connector

“Please prove you are not a robot.”

How many times have you seen this as you try to squint your eyes and figure out “is that a t or a q?” typing in some random set of letters to prove you are a human to be granted access to sign into your bank account, Gmail account, etc.? Our entire lives are inundated with machines. Just recently, a friend and mentor, Ashley Bekton, who is a one woman show and a huge supporter of mine, commented on my “detox from technology” article. She mentioned to me that it was almost like we were living in the matrix, rushing through meals so we can get back to our computers, sitting across from the people we love, only to be looking at our texts the whole time. We all seem to blame technology for our issues, when maybe we should start recognizing that we are the ones that have lost the control; it’s not technology’s fault it’s our own! . . . Read Complete Report


from BBC News

Camouflage robot changes color for disguise

16 August 2012 Last updated at 16:51 ET

By Rebecca MorelleScience reporter, BBC News

The robot uses colour to either stand out from its surroundings or blend in, as Stephen Morin from Harvard University describes here (Video produced by the journal Science)

A robot that can change colour to either blend in with or stand out from its surroundings has been created by scientists.

The machine, designed by researchers at Harvard University, was inspired by the camouflage skills of sea creatures such as octopuses, cuttlefish and squid.

Like these cephalopods, the robot has a soft, rubbery body and can move with flexibility.

The study is published in the journal Science . . . Read Complete Report w/ Video



Ongoing: THEI Watching Robots become Human – This post – Legs and Eyes (w/ video)

Photo: A group of US researchers has produced a robotic set of legs which they believe is the first to fully model walking in a biologically accurate manner. (Credit: Image courtesy of Institute of Physics (IOP)) SOURCE Science Daily

We continue to add to our research archives, Robotics presenting the robot geeks working towards a perfect robot. 

My research indicates that after the elitists Controllers finds their own safe habitat (underground,  back side of the moon or deep in space, or what ever) and they set in motion their planned “population control” they want service robots to replace humans to work for them. They have learned that “humankind as servants doesn’t work so well… they want to eat,be paid, cause problems  outside the Bilderburg meetings etc..

My research indicates they see the answer “to that human problem”  is robots… 24 hrs work, no complaints. no breaks and they don’t smoke that ant-establishment marijuana. . . . EDITOR

from Science Daily

Most Accurate Robotic Legs Mimic Human Walking Gait

ScienceDaily (July 6, 2012) — A group of US researchers has produced a robotic set of legs which they believe is the first to fully model walking in a biologically accurate manner.

The neural architecture, musculoskeletal architecture and sensory feedback pathways in humans have been simplified and built into the robot, giving it a remarkably human-like walking gait . . . Read Complete Report

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Published on Jul 6, 2012 by

A group of US researchers has produced a robotic set of legs which they believe is the first to fully model walking in a biologically accurate manner.


from Science Daily

Robot Vision: Muscle-Like Action Allows Camera to Mimic Eye Movement

ScienceDaily (July 5, 2012) — Using piezoelectric materials, researchers have replicated the muscle motion of the human eye to control camera systems in a way designed to improve the operation of robots. This new muscle-like action could help make robotic tools safer and more effective for MRI-guided surgery and robotic rehabilitation.

Key to the new control system is a piezoelectric cellular actuator that uses a novel biologically inspired technology that will allow a robot eye to move more like a real eye. This will be useful for research studies on human eye movement as well as making video feeds from robots more intuitive. . . . Read Complete Report

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WABIAN robot from Japan steps closer to human walk (With Video)

Featured Image: TOPIO (“TOSY Ping Pong Playing Robot”) is a bipedal humanoid robot designed to play table tennis against a human being. TOPIO version 3.0 at Tokyo International Robot Exhibition, Nov 2009. CREDIT: Humanrobo SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license). FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

Another report for our Robots into Humans archive. . . EDITOR

From Jun 02, 2013 by Nancy Owano

( —Researchers designing adult bipedal robots have faced a challenge in limitations in a robot’s walking pattern. They seek ways to improve on designs to have robots move more naturally. Improving the walking function has been the goal of researchers at the Humanoid Robotics Institute at Waseda University in Japan. Last month, led by Professor Atsuo Takanishi, the team presented the results of their efforts at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in Germany. What they achieved more closely replicates normal human foot movements than before. . . Read Complete Report 

From youtube uploaded by Plastic Pals on May 30, 2013

WABIAN-2RIII walks in place with new shank

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Retro: Monkey’s brain controls robot arm (video)

From monkeys to humans to tin-men?

Here is another report to add to our “Robots into Humans” Research archives.  Sometimes I have to make sure I’m awake when I study my research on this subject. It’s moving in leaps and bounds.

My preliminary investigation indicates that the Controllers are very interested in the progress of creating robots who take on the abilities of humans. After all they’ll need somebody to pick the melons. . . . EDITOR

from BBC News

Page last updated at 17:04 GMT, Wednesday, 28 May 2008 18:04 UK

The monkeys were able to use the robot arm to feed themselves treats

Monkeys have been able to control robotic limbs using only their thoughts, scientists report.

The animals were able to feed themselves using prosthetic arms, which were controlled by brain activity.

Small probes, the width of a human hair, were inserted into the monkeys’ primary motor cortex – the region of the brain that controls movement.

Writing in Nature journal, the authors said their work could eventually help amputees and people who are paralyzed.

Lead researcher Dr Andrew Schwartz, who is based at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, said: “We are beginning to understand how the brain works using brain-machine interface technology.. . . Read Complete Report

from youtube

Monkey’s brain controls robotic arm

Uploaded by on May 29, 2008

By hacking into a monkey’s brain researchers at Pittsburgh University have managed to make the monkey feed itself by using a robot arm.

from youtube

When do robots replace you ?

Uploaded by on Oct 22, 2009

are we headed into the robotics age and do not even realize it , are we using technology too soon before the debate , is there even a debate , should we slow down the integration of robotics into society , it would be fine if we had angels in charge and not the military machine, why is it that all robots being devoleped are for killing , will robots completely replace soldiers , do we even care that robots are for ending life instead of helping life , just some questions you should ask a friend

Update: Eyeballin’ Criminal Drones and their pals

Featured Image: A DJI Phantom UAV for commercial and recreational aerial photography. Attribution: © Nevit Dilmen. Source: Wikipedia (CC BY-SA 3.0).

The Times Jan. 31, 2013

Criminals and Terrorists Can Fly Drones Too

Remote-controlled aircraft and robot technology can be used for bad just as easily as for good

Americans know their government uses unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, on military and intelligence missions from surveillance to assassination. But drones are no longer the sole domain of the military, and just as with many new technologies, they can easily fall into the wrong hands. . . Read Complete Report


Business Insider By  APR. 23, 2014, 10:36 AM

British Criminals Are Using Drones To Steal Marijuana

The latest killer application for drone use seems to be in marijuana reconnaissance, reports ITPortal.

Criminal gangs in the UK’s rural Shropshire County are reportedly using flying robots equipped with infrared cameras to spot hidden marijuana growing operations from the sky, then blackmailing the growers or downright stealing their crop from the house. . . Read Complete Report


Kim Komando October 3, 2014

Criminals use drones to track police during crimes

Wonder what U.S. history would like if Butch and Sundance or Bonnie and Clyde had a few lookout drones?

In a case that would have looked more like a movie plot 10 years ago, new innovations have brought career criminals many new ways to cause a bunch of new troubles. Last Saturday, two members of a burglary ring known as the “Tub Gang” were accused of using a drone to spy on officers while carrying out thefts across Pennsylvania and other states. . . Read Complete Report


youtube by CBS New York Published on Sept 29, 2014

CBS 2 Exclusive: Criminals Use Drones To Target Victims In High-Tech Heists

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Drive-In Memories: Double Feature (+) Selected Short Subjects

We open with a 1954 propaganda film of a robot invasion from outer space.

Given the controllers high priority, fast track, race to replace humans with robots and the present situation of a Government run a-muck this Robot Invasion, or a similar incident, could very well become a future ‘false flag’ incident. I’m just saying.

But never mind that, just set back with your favorite whatever and enjoy a classic move and then move on to more serious drive-in propaganda, and finishing up with the classic superb documentary “The Atomic Cafe”. . . EDITOR 

youtube by Cisco Alejandro

Target Earth 1954 Richard Denning, Kathleen Crowley, Virginia Grey

Newsreels of the day mixed distraction “entertainment “babel with political propaganda to a captive audience. . . EDITOR

youtube by Journal TV Uploaded on Feb 7, 2011

Journal TV – Almanac Newsreels – Year in Review: 1950

THEI Public Service Educational Presentation . . . EDITOR

youtube by Weirdo Video

Propaganda Techniques – 1950

Uploaded on Apr 17, 2008

Educational film to teach viewers about the dynamics of propaganda, made in the in the late 1940’s or early 1950’s.



Atomic Explosion SOURCE Dept. of Energy Public domain
Image: Atomic Explosion. SOURCE: Dept. of Energy (Public Domain).
The Atomic Cafe
youtube by Docurama Films Published on May 8, 2012

One of the defining documentaries of the 20th century, THE ATOMIC CAFE (1982) offers a darkly humorous glimpse into mid-century America, an era rife with paranoia, anxiety, and misapprehension.

Whimsical and yet razor-sharp, this timeless classic illuminates the often comic paradoxes of life in the “Atomic Age,” while also exhibiting a genuine nostalgia for an earlier and more innocent nation. . . . Read Complete Description.

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Robotic that Can See and Grasp

Featured Image: Robotic Shadow Hand holding a light bulb. CREDIT:With-permission of Richard Greenhill and Hugo Elias. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)

From Science Daily

Dec. 19, 2013 — The robot effortlessly picks up one castor after another from the pile in the box and puts them into the channel. No matter how the wheels are lying, the robot manages to get an exact grip.

Operations run smoothly and automatically when assembling the various parts of an office chair at the SB Seating production unit at Røros. But when it’s time to fit the wheels, humans must intervene. The five wheels lying jumbled in a box have to be picked up and then aligned in a row before robots can take over again and attach them to the feet of the chair. Researchers from SINTEF now believe they have found a solution that could make production more effective and reduce costs . . . Read complete Report

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